Angels Over Broadway

1940, Comedy, 1h 20m

6 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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A boozing playwright (Thomas Mitchell) invests a clerk's loot in a poker game with two sharpers (Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Rita Hayworth).

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  • Jun 29, 2013
    Minor B was Rita last lower rung entry before her ascension to the top of the Columbia and box office heap which started with her next film The Strawberry Blonde. It's unremarkable stuff and Rita seems disengaged in it but Thomas Mitchell and John Qualen give their usual fine performances.
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